In a symbolic move that highlighted the progress cryptoassets have made in recent years, PayPal announced last week that it would make cryptoassets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum available to its 346 million users.
When Bitcoin ballooned to $20,000 the last time around, the network became so congested, slow transactions put a damper on the excitement surrounding the cryptocurrency industry, and the hype and the valuations it drove all came crashing down.
TELOS, which is part of the Transcendence project, has made great strides in recent times with new developments as it strives to create decentralized solutions with real-world applications covering different segments of the industry.
VAIOT, a novel blockchain and AI-based intelligent contracts platform, has created a milestone by becoming the first digital services business to register its whitepaper with the Maltese authorities under its new regulatory framework for regulating digital assets.
Cryptocurrencies have the potential to disrupt traditional finance, by allowing people to retain full control over their assets at all times — without relying on centralized intermediaries like banks and governments.
Last year, Apple hinted that it has been following the development of the cryptocurrency industry intently, leading some to speculate that the global electronics and payment giant was preparing to launch its own cryptocurrency or blockchain platform.
AdEx, the open-source global decentralized ad network has improved greatly in the past few months, thanks to upgraded staking feature and its robust layer 2 scalability solution that makes it one of the biggest payment channels on the Ethereum network.
The time of ICO’s seems behind us and many blockchain projects have fallen off the grid but one particular project seems not only to have survived but even thrived during these times. Securypto focuses on a safe and truly anonymous exchange of data.